Being part of the changing security threat landscape, Secunia and emt Distribution lend support to the three city enterprise security roadshow
Online PR News – 01-September-2014 – DUBAI, UAE – 31st August 2014 – emt Distribution, the specialty IT security products distributor and the authorised distributor for world’s leading vulnerability management solution, Secunia joined hands together to announce their participation and sponsorship with the forthcoming Computer News Middle East (CNME) Enterprise Security 360 Middle East roadshow.
CNME Enterprise Security 360 roadshow will be held in Dubai, Riyadh and Doha that will converge best of the brightest brains in the enterprise security space. These roadshows are expected to attract the region’s leading security practitioners by providing a platform for unmatched education and peer networking opportunities. Join us to hear from industry visionaries and exchange ideas, issues, challenges and best practices.
The enterprise security threat landscape is changing at an extremely fast pace, especially with attackers moving away from multi-purposes on network perimetres towards more focused attacks by exploiting the vulnerabilities across the spectrum of people, processes and technologies.
“We are excited to participate in the CNME Enterprise Security 360 roadshow in all three cities across UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, where we will be able to talk about the issues and challenges that enterprises face today and how Secunia’s vulnerability management solutions, can enable CIOs and IT managers secure and manage their organization’s in risk free environment.” said, Mohammad Mobasseri, CEO at emt Distribution.
Mobasseri added, “Secunia is the pioneer in the vulnerability management offering a comprehensive coverage and high quality vulnerability intelligence that enables enterprises in the region to analyze vulnerabilities in their IT infrastructure, track them and eliminate them. The comprehensive reporting provides an accurate assessment for risk management and compliance purposes and a better ROSI.”